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science. >>> to the latest development on the david patraeus sex scandal. at a news conference today president obama commented on patraeus's affair for the very first time. >> i have no evidence at this point that classified information was disclosed that in anyway would have had a negative impact on national security. >> and mr. obama says he is withholding any judgment on why he didn't learn about that investigation sooner. >> the president also commended patraeus on his service to the country. >> he has agreed to testify about the attack on libya and the pentagon's investigating e-mail communications who apparently is not too happy with all the new found fame. >> there's a whole bunch of people blocking my alley and can't drive into my own driveway. >> about how many people are out there? >> 10 at least. >> i'm a consulate general. i have involuntary ubl uability. they should not be able to cross my property. >> kelley does not have any diplomatic protection. paula broadwell still at her brother's. >> it's been a game of cat and mouse. this morning when she went for an early morni
. >> david patraeus testified before a closed hearing on the investigation concerning the consulate attack. following the hearing committee members spoke to reporters. >> so far seven hours of hearings, we have spent the last two hours with former director patraeus. he laid out his view, which was very much appreciated. he answered a large number of questions. we still have two additional hearings. hopefully the preparations of the findings and a public hearing. >> big two this was a terrorist attack within 24 hours? >> i will not comment now. we will most likely comment on those things in our final report. i think we have a ways to go yet. i think they are trying to be very careful and cautious. >> [indiscernible] >> since you asked that question -- the roles of our committee are you cannot use something that you learned in a classified session. i can give you my assessment based on questions, my investigation, that what susan rice did was use talking points, pulled out originally by the cia signed off by the intelligence community, those were requested by the house committee. the intelli
at the life of harry truman. >> david patraeus testified on a hearing on the consulate attacked in benghazi. he stepped down last week because of an extramarital affair, but he has agreed to appear before a house and senate investigative committee. following the committee we hear a reaction from peter king and others. this is about 30 minutes. these talking points that were put up? >> basically we are still not clear how the final talking. the marriage. they said it went through a long process involving many agencies. the department of justice, the state department, nobody knows yet who came up with the final version of the talking points other than to say the original talking points or different than the ones that were finally put out. as far as general patraeus, his testimony was from the start he told us this was a terrorist attack and the terrorists involved from the start. the clear impression we were given was the overwhelming amount of evidence was it the rose out of a demonstration and was not a terrorist attacks. i pointed out the following week when she said it was a terrorist att
. patraeus step down and it was with his biographer. senior members of congress want to know why there were not told sooner. what is it that lawmakers want? congress likes to feel they're in the loop, particularly if you have the situation where there is the potential for the director of the cia to have been compromised in some sort of way. those are responsible to oversee feel that they are responsible. >> there was no criminal activity and security had not been compromised. >> the fbi is one of the 16 intelligence agencies, once they started looking into whether or not there had been a compromise, the lawmakers who oversee the cia feel they should have at least been told that there was -- that there was something going on. >> she had some security clearance but there was question about whether she was in possession of cigarettes and how did she get them? >> exactly. -- in possession of secrets and how did she get them? >> they must have come from somewhere else. there has been some sort of assessment of those documents and has been determined it does not pose a major threat that she had t
turn in the on going scandal regarding david patraeus this ew name has been added to the list. the top u.s. commander in afghanistan. what he is accused of doing in a live report. >> it's sentencing day for qualmie brown. what's expected to happen in court today. >> and law makers get back to work on capitol
for general patraeus and general clapper but something went wrong here and it seems like there was influence coming from outside and that should never happen when dealing with the intelligence communities and to me the on place it could have been coming from was the administration itself. megyn: we'll find out as you continue to probe into a disturbing story. mr. chairman of the homeland security committee, thanks for being here. all the best, sir. after billions of dollars in advertising, direct mailing, rallies, when wound up almost exactly where we were before election day:president obama in the white house and the democrats holding the senate and the republicans holding the congress. karl rove is live here three minutes away. emotional testimony at sentencing. take this guys picture off. no one wants to look at him. you know who it is. his name is jerrod laughe lough. today survivors of that tragedy are getting their first chance to confronts him face to face. a bad sign for victims of superstorm sandy. thousands of folks without gas, heat or food left out in the cold yet between. >> it'
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